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5 Reasons You Need a Professional Photography Website

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Patricia Davidson explains why you need your own website even if you are super start on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram.

Don’t Dismiss Daylight Hours for Taking Great Photos

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Patricia Davidson gives us some great advise on how to take great photos during those dreaded daylight hours.

Tips for finding Intimate Scenes in Nature

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Patricia Davidson gives us some practical suggestions on how to go about finding intimate scenes in nature.

Tips for Photographing National Parks

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Whether you are new to photography or you’ve been a weekend warrior here are some tips for photographing national parks.
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Sunlight, Coastal Fog and Trees Equals Pure Magic!

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Here are some tips for photographing California Redwoods with magical light, filtering through the trees on the foggy mornings.

8 Tips for Photographing Sea Stacks

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Living on the Oregon Coast for several years, I’ve come to love the sea stacks that dot the beautiful coastline. Here are few tips to photograph them.

5 Ways to Promote Your Photography Locally

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Getting noticed can seem hard at first, but there are places locally you might not have thought about where you can display your work.

10 Things To Do Before You Begin Your Photography Business

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Are you ready to start your own Photography business? Here is some great advise by Patricia Davidson.

Photographing Reflections on the Beach

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Patrica Davidson shares highly effective, but easy to follow photography tips to capture reflections on a beach.

Photographing during High Surf Advisories

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High surfs can generate sizable waves and dramatic sea conditions, particularly if they crash against the cliff walls.

Tips for Photographing during Coastal Winter Storms

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Before you head out to the coast to take photos during winter storms, there are a few safety conditions you should be aware of.

Photographing Waterfalls in Autumn

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When the end of summer comes with the crisp, fresh morning air, Patricia begin to anticipate heading out to photograph waterfalls.